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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; SATURDAY; MAY .21: 1921.
n::w ri-:.CR kesolutiox. Chairman Porter Revamps Measyre Omitting lirpoal of War Declaration. WASHINGTON. May 21. The draft tit' I'd!; resolution terminating the st;ite of war between this country and ;ernia:;y has been completed by Chair man lWtor of the house ways and means coniinittca and will ie considered bv the KenubHeun members of that 1 Fit EES CHILD MOTHER. against Oermanv, paed by congress in .Ai.ril 1917. Air. Porter takes the ground that thin would not be just to Judge Orders Charge of Murder in the United States, and that a simple Degree Dismissed, delation that the war is at an end J'AIIMINCITOX. Mo., Mav '21. A first 'Vm1, . 5! U!f h ;f stnrl, rn. decree murder rharpe against Mrs. John .. .i..ir.. ;..r. that. Amor. Parsons. 13 years old, in iean ri KilSSilTt' i until a reatv U ruined between that las his service was concerned. Dr. Iler bert D. IVrown, chief of the bureau of effi First ciency, liowevcr, estimated a saving of I ?.i,(MK.KH) in present appropriations ag gro-rating $42,000,000 could be made. Edward Dougherty, representing the American federation of labor, opposed budy toda '(Hisi-irrin This is t he first sten m tlm resolution, resulting had . : .:n, i .viui'utuii urrm mil oi lauur, I'Mlllt-llM.ll Mill. . .,, . ., 1 : Wds win not Imp affect eel by its the death of her six-year-old ste.nlaughter. ir 0Cl These will stand as they are I ;";. was dismissed by T.rcmt . udge . l'? Z n iiucK jesieruay. .v cnarge oi iourtn tie- ' i - v pree manslaughter immediately was tiled against the child wife. Judge Iluck explained he dismissed the charge because of the girl's juvenility. She sat before the judge and after hearing rorp'ry and thi- tllVV DAMAGE TO TOBACCO. Mr. Porter yesterday. I co Hi the conversation wiili President Hardin? As drawn bv Chairman I'orter, the resolution, unlike the Knox resolution. i ne seTinre. ooes inn -miihii u. clause reneaiini: the dei laration of war Wild Fire Pest Strikes Fields Li West ern Massachusetts. SPUING II KM), Mass., May 21. Wild fire; a pest that is attacking tobacco :!,..-! in Connecticut, has appeared on pi.iM :: ' iojts in this vicinity, it was an- iii i; : 1 vesttrdav. and in srute or vig- & "F T Til JTI WAKKAN I For Special School Electing, rhe legal voters of the Incorporated School District, No. 2, in lirattlehoro, are hereby notified and warned to meet in the High Sc1kh:1 Uuilding In said district, on Wednesday, June 1, '21 At S O'clock P. M. j oH'ii-' measures to combat it tin? dam age to date is estimated at 4.;oO. The. heaviest loser heard from is the 1. II. I Smith Tolaci-i) riimniiny, which reports j diiuiage of si'f.MO. It has become neces- sav to destroy live out of 1.1 beds, con itnining hundreds of -thousand of youn plant-. The Cuba -Continental Tobacco com pany, probably the largest hereabouts, s not yet affected. n ad upon the to fallowing articles. v. it ROSE CROIX IN GREENFIELD. - Degrees him dismiss the charge, said : I didn t do it on purpose. The trial was to have opened in juven ile court yesterday, and Judge Duck's ac tion came as a surprise. . The date for the trial on the manslaugh ter charge has not been set. Mrs. Parsons previously had said the shooting was accidental, declaring the gun was discharged as she broke" it over her knee. John Parsons, 10, the slain ' girl's brother, testified at the inquest that his stepmother shot the girl when she objected to having her hair combed. WAR OX SHAVING nRl'SIIES. Secretary Mellon Wants I'sc of Ilorse- POSTPONE STILLMAN HEARING. Divorce Article 1. To see if t h District will vote to ins! met the Prudential Commit tee to build and eouin a temporary schoolh'nisei on land adj.-rccut to the High School Ruilding. for the purpose" of accommodating two or more of the grades. and ,to provide room for a Teacher Training Course, to relieve the congestion now existing in the High School P.uilding. Chanter Organized There Conferred. ci:ki:mt,::i.I), Ma., May 21.- Greenfield Chapter of Rose Croix was instituted yesterday afternoon and cviiiir in Masonic temple by the ofli ci'rs of Springfield Chapter of Rose Croix. the decrees. Knight of the East and West and Kniyht of Hose Croix, , '-oi, firred in full form on a lartre 1 of candidates. Mush- was furnished by ; th s-prmgheld chapter. William Wat son Mathewson of- Millers Falls, most vise master, presided. The other of ficers of 'recniield C hapter of Hose Croix are George Arms Sheldon, senior i warden; .lames Campliell of South Deer i Pcld. junior warden, and Charles Wil I liam Schuler of Montague cit.v, orator. hair Prohibited. WASHlNC.TONVMay 21. Legislation to prevent interstate sale of horsehair shaving brushes was urged yesterday by Secretary Mellon in a letter to Speaker Gillett as a prevention against "constantly occurring" cases of anthrax from Vtbeir use. Experience shows, Miv Mellon said, that only horsehair brushes cause anthrax and between February, 1 010. ami Sep tember. 1020, "4 -ases. resulting in 11 deaths, were contracted in New York. If the proportion 'prevailed, throughout the Fnited States during that period, he added. 17.'! 'deaths would have occurred. Mr. Mellon said manufacturers of brushes generally agreed that use of horsehair should be prohibited. FINES IJ00ZE DISPENSER. Attorneys Deny Ru:or That Case Will lie nrnnw.1 vt-u- vni'i; m.,.. oi ir." Rutland liartender Pays $3(M) Prison ........ fcv-,.!., .ua. i . urai iui;3 in ... t . the divorce action brought bv James 1 Sentence Suspended. A. Stiilman, former president of the Na-j RUTLAND. May 21 Marcello Tad- tioual City Rank, against Mrs. Anne'dao of Meadow street pleaded guiliv in Lrmhart Stillman were asrain oost-'citv court . veteit!.iv nfferniMni before ! poned yesterday until June 1 and 2, at Cit.v Judge Leonard F. Wing to fhe 1 oughkeepsie. The hearings had been charge of selling liouor. lie was fined si!ciii;u-o lor ,iay ii ami t. tne near-1 .s;;im and costs and sentenced to serve Mips will be held m the -chambers of nut b tlinn tliflm nor mor.. limn iiiiw i lass fnfffttp nf I )lit fli.ica mmtit t 1 11-:.. .1 t a. ' ...1 i rri. ' ... . 1 I i'osi!uiicnjerii, ;in niaiie oy agree-, upon payment of the tine lie was re- ment ot counsel for both sides, Mrs. leased.. Miwmans attorneys- announced. No Taddao was arrested following the dis- ueasou v. as given lor the delay, and closure of Napoleon King in citv court tins caused a revival ot the report that When arraigned In city court on May .nt. .-'iniiiiciii coiiicmpiaieti uioppmcr ine-ii) in. n ,..iT,wl 71;, ( mi tr Hi. wn .on- ployed as a bartender in the cafe at Strongs avenue. Article 2. appropriate To see if the District will J a sum of money, not to ex- j Five Thoiis.-inil Dollars ( So.iMMi.liO i i for the purpose of paying for the erec-j timi of said school building and equip-: ping the same. ri;i;i:kaiis elect officers. Annual sun. u was Mid tiiat there was no truth in this rumor and was explained uno'l "iaily that the reason for the post ponement was a conflicting legal engage ment of one of the attornevs. DIVIDED ON WELFARE PLANS. Article 'A. business that the meeting. Dated at dav of M;, To transact may legally any come E. MERRILL. CI. P.rattleboro. Vt.. this I'.'.'l. other . before i 1 rlr. 1Mb MEMORIALS We have a nice stork of Granite and Marble Monuments and Markers Ready to Letter and Set PRICES REASON ARLE- Cemetery Lettering and Grading by Competent Workmen. We are now located at our new plant, 'M--2C, South Main Street. Open week days 7."0 a. m. to 5 p. m. Other hours by appoint nient. The Grant Granite Co. Assembly Closes Odd Fellows Week at St. .I-ihiisbury. Si. .HHlNsr.i . Mav 21. I he clos- Joint Hearings on Harding Proposal End ir,K session of. dd Fellows' week of fes- Without Fnanimity. mile's w;is given over to the ladies, and ,.. 1X. ' tiic :v:tli annual session of the Uebekah . WASHINGTON. May 21. Joint hear assembly was held vesterdav, with Mrs. mgs by senate and house education com-(rcrtrml- S. Jewell ' presiding. mittees on the proposal for a new depart- Over 2i "i representatives were present, went of public welfare, urged by l'resi at.d at the forenoon meeting the reports dent Harding, were concluded yesterday tdven showed a net gain in the 09 lodges with opposing views by government orn ate of over 4i o members. cials as to economies to be expected from election of othecrs for the com- consolidation of government agencies the list includes Mrs. Adelle H. which are planned. of Waitslield. president: Miss Surgeon General Cu minings of the pub oites of I.udlow, secretary, and lie health service said he approved the of the s At the imr year Wallace Km ma Mrs. Eva llazen of Windsor, treasurer. WOMAN IN SPEAKERS CHAIR. Hit of History Made in Connect icut Legis lature by Miss Rrown. HARTFORD, Conn.. May 21. For the iir.-t time in the history of the state, a woman. Miss Emily S. 15 row n. representa tive from Naugatuck, presided yesterday over tiie house of the Connect iut legisla ture, and under suspension of the rules members were allowed to address her as "Miss Speaker." She was greeted with applause as she took the chair, and her de cisions mid "raps for order" were given without hesitation and with dignity. Kenyon bill plan. Put did not see that it would do away with duplications so far WOMAN HELD IN REID CASE. Officers Declare They Dave Found Great ISI u kmailing Scheme. NEW YORK. Mav 21. Mrs. Hazel Davis Warner, in the bedroom of whose house at 1!2 Fniversity avenue, tin P.ronx, John II. Reid. a wealthy manufac turer, was shot last Sunday, surrendered to the P.ronx county authorities yesterday, and was released in .10.IMH bail as a ma terial witness. Don Collins, who, the police believe shot Reul, is still at large, as also are Francis T. Rovlan and Leila Wiley, who were in the house at the time. I-rank Oliver, assistant district attor ney, said investigation of the Reid eas had revealed "amazing" details of opera tions of a gang of blackmailers. SOUTH ItONDONDERRY. Mrs. Don Eddy is visiting a few days with relatives in Rellows Falls. The Baptist Ladies'' Aid society will! meet with Mrs. Bradford Rawson Thurs day, May 20. Frank Carley, brakeman on the West River line, has been transferred to New London, Conn. Miss Ilalhe A. lhompson returned Tuesday night from Newport, N. II., where she sent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rourn and son of Rrattleporo visjted Mr. and Mrs. J. Kierce a few days recently. Mrs. Charles Skinner, who died in Rrattlehoro, was buried in the family lot in Rawsonville Saturday, Rev. L. L. Lno officiating. The town is glad to have Roisters mov ing picture show weekly again through the summer. Good clean pictures afford much enjoyment for old as well as young. Chautauqua plans to revisit South Londonderry Oct. 14-17. It was welC patronized last year and. everyone seemed satisfied with it, .so there is no worry as to its success this year. Twentv-two women gathered with Mrs. .William Anderson May 12 for the regular Ladies Aid society meeting. De licious refreshments of ice ereain, fruit salad and wafers wore Kerned. On Friday night. May 20, Burr & Bur ton seminary students of Manchester will present the comedy. The Private Secretary, at. the town hall. They have selected a splendid cast of characters and are sure to be well patronized. Mrs. Herbert Ranisdell, Mrs. W. L. Hunt and Mrs. Frank Hulett, represent ing the Rebekahs, and W. L. Hunt and Frank Hulett, representing the Odd Fel lows, are attending grand lodge sessions at St. Joh-nsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cnmmings nd Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howe of Newfa tie; also are there. . The ponysljowat the hall Friday night attracted a large crowd. It was worth seeing "and an impressive reminder of the intelligence .of a horse. Mr. Ness, the owner, presented a book on The Proper Care of Horses which is a medical guide and has many interesting facts about horses, to Frank Tyler, expecting him to loan it to 'deserving persons at any time. The Glebe Maintain Sunday School association met ni the Congregational church in Pia u Tuesday. Rev. E. E. Eno gave the address of the morning. Those who attended from here were the pas tor and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Alister, L. T. Landman, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Darling. Mrs. Frank Tyler, Miss Minnie Tyler, Mrs. Alice Parker, Miss Gladys Kelly. Mrs. A. W. Rawsou and son, Fay, and Mrs. Helen Boynton. In the morning session Miss Mary Pierce sang a solo, which was much appreciated. In the afternoon session Mrs. Frank Ty ler ami Gladys Kelly sang a solo. fcatenS21la,B3iii: KiBKHMiW wm irwriimiii iMium mi mum 1 -,-niu-ymfu uwj mm mm mx mx juo--oH w . kTT Siil'iiSS i-iin iiiwinni ii mii i iimiKiriwi mi rmumxttK '- ?&K?TWMK. --- w-MiMii---n mown ,w.iiwwfyr- .v-jawgi-: ! DEATHS. In Newfa no, Mav Rl. Rand. Si. William It. EROLUX 'ENTILATINO Porch Shades For Porch Shade Satisfaclion Choose Aerolux In keeping with our rule to furnish the best at the right prices we are giving special attention to this "year's offer ing of Porch Shades. For downright satisfaction you will make no mistake in selecting AEROLUX for they are just a little better than any other shade that's made. They are easily hung and readily removed they ventilate throughout their entire surface the cords tastefully match the fabric in color patented No-Whip cords (ex clusively AEROLUX) prevent whipping in the wind they vill give you many seasons of all weather use and they cost no more than less desirable types. These popular Shades in pleasing tones of green and brown at prices of $4.20 for the 4 ft. by 7 ft. 6 inch size to $13.80 for the 10 ft. by 7 ft. 6 inch size. OUR LINE OF PORCH AND SUMMER FURNISHINGS IS COMPLETE MORAN & ROHDE Brattleboro, Vt. I Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt U Brattleboro's Department Store i The floor area of St. Peter's, in Rom : is 227,M't'. square feet, being the greatest of any church in the world. IS LAKHS HHP 111 Todav Presents TIIE BEST LAUGH OF THE YEAR A RIOT OF A NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven IN "Twin Beds" The Tale cf a Trail from Twin Beds to Jail or Nearly. Extra Two Reel Western Drama Also Screen Snapshots Matinee 2:15 Evening7-8:S5 Monday and Tuesday Presents TTwrniTTirmrmmniimai -imir rimnnrmininririri mm -11111011111111111 iiiiiiwiyiiiiiii.iiiiwiliiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuwmiiiiiii Our Boys' Department on the Mezzanine Floor Is Now Selling oys' Clothing and Furnishings Sal e THE GOLDWYN SUP :r production 99 'The Branding Iron IN SEVEN PARTS By Katharine Newlin Burt INTERPRETED BY AN ALL STAR CAST Including Barbara Castleton. James Kirkwood, Russell Simpson, Richard Tucker, Sydney Ainsworth, Albert Ros coc, Marion Calvin, Joan Standing and others. "Yo;t're mine. Joan Carver V' Can love be motive for a d?ed of brute ferocity' Was it love that made Pierre Landis brand his wife with the mark of his ranch? Don't miss this great out-door photo-drama. COMING SOON I " AT BARGAIN PRICES During Our Store-Wide May Boys' Two-Pant Suits Boys' $20.00 and $22.50 "JOHNNY TUPANTS" Blue Serge Suits, with extra pair of trousers. Just the right kind for graduation or first commun ion. Sizes 8 to 18 years. MAY SALE PRICE $15.00 Boys' Wash Suits Boys' $1.50 Wash Suits, in middy or belted styles. Blue and gray chambray. Sizes 3 to 8 years. MAY SALE PRICE lv fl J 3 mvp. $1.00 It Jackie Coogan in "Peck's Bad Boy See the Boston Sunday Herald. LATCHIS THEATRE THE HOUSE OF BIGGER, BETTER PICTURES Boys' 75c Black Ribbed Hose, With slight imper fections. Sizes 75a to 11. MAY SALE PRICE 2 pairs 25c Boys' $1.25 Mesh Weave Union Suits, short sleeves, knee length. In Summer weight. Sizes 26 to 34. MAY SALE PRICE 69c Boys'. $1.00 Light Stripe Blouses, with soft cuffs and soft collar attached. Sizes 8 to 16 years. MAY SALE PRICE 69c Boys' $1.50 Khaki Trousers, knickerbocker style. Wash able and good wearing. Extra quality. All vsi2es. MAY SALE PRICE $1.15 :rj HI I 53 H B a n 0 fi H y a h a e a p a 1 a i a la E H I t a y a r a a v a p a B a e a I a p a -: a l a s a , a a h a i a a v a a i a ii a I a : a i; a I a a ii a i a i a i a i? a i a u a i a e a 1 a i a: na Hia m i!a i a i a p rincess T Today Presents heatr e EILEEN 1N- PERCY "Why Trust four iiosoaeci A merry tangle of flirting grooms and suspicious brides. a a m a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 46 Fantomas 55 -ALSO the Great Detective Story AND . "The Decorator A Vitigraph Comedy .55 Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 17c Evening? and 8.13. Admission: Children 10c; Adults 25c ri "Tl Monday and Tuesday Maurice Tourneur's Screen Version of Neil Burgess's Thrilling ! American Racing Drama. m lie County- Fair"; FEATURING Wesley (Freckles) Barry As Tommy Perkins, the Jockey Who Rides "Cold Molasses" to Victory. See the Fair Grounds, the Side Shows, tin Village Band, the Creased Pigs, the Midway, the Village Choir, and the Most Thrilling Horse Race Ever Screened Helen Jerome Eddy TaTid All Star Cast Mj. ' Seven Acts ' Come early and hring the children. . 50,000 people saw this great" drama at the Broadway, N. Y., at $2,000 prices. Posi tively first showing in Vermont. See the - great fire scene; the rescue of Cold Molasses from the burning stable; the pail brigade and the villian foiled. A typical New England story of real people in real life that has taken the it drama by storm. Band Concert by the Rube Band Each Evening Before the Show EVENING 7 and 8.55. in: Children, 10c; Adults, 20c. Admission: Children, 15c; Adults, 28c. a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 0 a a a fil 1 1 id sir m n